Yearly Archives: 2018

JWFNY, Shifting Direction Toward Deeper and Accelerated Impact

By Jamie Allen Black Originally published in eJewish Philanthropy, December 5, 2018   The news, first, is that the Jewish … read more

The Layleader Pipeline: The Discussion Continues

By Rebecca Youngerman [A posted comment to “What about the Lay Leader Pipeline? Another Call to Action”] Thank you for … read more

Analysis: Not Just Weinstein: The Year #MeToo Rocked and Shocked the Jewish World

Allison Kaplan Sommer Sep 18, 2018   From the pulpit to the dinner table, sin and repentance is the stuff … read more

Women in Jewish Fundraising Say Harassment is Pervasive

By Debra Nussbaum Cohen February 26, 2018 At front, from left: Philanthropist Barbara Dobkin; Deborah Meyer, the founder and CEO … read more

Jewish Entrepreneurship: A Man’s World?

By Yocheved Sidof February 7, 2018 Last week, I was invited to serve as a facilitator of conversation at a … read more

Gender & Power: It’s Time To Change The System

JOFA Blog BY ALIZA LIFSHITZ February 1, 2018 “I was told it was part of the job.” These words, repeated over … read more

Town Hall Meeting Puts Spotlight On Harassment

BY Shira Hanau  January 30, 2018, 5:00 pm   They were survivors of a different kind. One by one, eight … read more

A Communal Response to Gender Harassment Begins

JANUARY 30, 2018 By H. Glenn Rosenkrantz The testimonies were harrowing and sometimes graphic. For over 30 minutes they went … read more

JWFNY To Host #MeToo Town Hall; Work Toward Creating Code of Conduct

January 24, 2018 by Rebecca Krevat I always knew the time would come for the Jewish communal world to face … read more

6 ways to address sexual harassment in the Jewish community

Opinion By Lisa Eisen January 16, 2018 (JTA) — #MeToo. #GamAni. The stories are numerous and painful. They span decades and … read more

Want to Help Women Rabbis Get The Respect They Deserve? Here’s A List

January 2, 2018 Opinion By Kari Hofmaister Tuling   Recently, my colleague, Rabbi Jordie Gerson, wrote an op-ed regarding the … read more